Filmmaker Kate Churchill is determined to prove that yoga can transform anyone. Nick Rosen is skeptical but agrees to be her guinea pig. Kate immerses Nick in yoga, and follows him around the world as he examines the good, the bad and the ugly of yoga. The two encounter celebrity yogis, true believers, kooks and world-renowned gurus. Tensions run high as Nick’s transformational progress lags and Kate’s plan crumbles. What unfolds and what they discover is not what they expected.
- Stars:Norman Allen, Alan Finger, Sharon Gannon, B.K.S. Iyengar, Sri K. Pattabhi Jois, Cyndi Lee, David Life, Dharma Mittra, Dallas Page, Nick Rosen,
- Director:Kate Churchill,
- Writer:Kate Churchill, Jonathon Hexner
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Enlighten Up! torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: Somehow, this movie felt both too long and not long enough. The script dragged in places and failed to keep our interest. On the other hand, it was chockful of allusions that I had trouble understanding. If I hadn't previously read some Discworld novels, I would have been completely lost.
(ru) wrote: Art School Confidential is a juvenile, poorly written muddled mess of a movie that lacks any of the charm or wit others in the 'high school/college movie' genre have panned out previously. I added an extra star both because I might be biased due to actually having attended art school and because I couldn't sit through the entire movie. What I can say is that it offers a very cynical, one-dimensional view of art as an institution that never quite comes through as satire but instead as ignorance.
(it) wrote: [b]Synopsis:[/b]The notorious gay Japanese writer, Yukio Mishima, who committed suicide in 1970, stars in Yasuko Masumura's cult yakuza film, AFRAID TO DIE. Mishima plays Takeo, a youthful yakuza who turns back to his criminal ways after leaving prison. Embroiled in the business of assassinations, revenge, and violence, Takeo finds struggling to keep alive for the love of his family and girlfriend Yoshie. I wasn't too impressed w/ this film, found it a bit boring & the treatment of women pretty offensive.
(fr) wrote: Makes for a more enjoyable watch than Scenes From A Marriage, benefiting from a tighter edit than the aforementioned 'prequal'. However this does go too far into self importance with only a few moments breaking through to really move the audience. Great performances though.
(nl) wrote: sets the stage for and clearly inspires the great 1990 pic 'tremors' and its set of sequels.